Journal

Journal

Surf local guide: Where to surf for longboarding on the Gold Coast, and where to eat after.

The Gold Coast is a surfer’s paradise, with a plethora of picture-perfect reeling right pointbreaks, over 50 kilometers of beautiful beaches, year-round professional lifeguard patrols, and crystal clear, warm water.

The area boasts some of the best and most consistent waves in Australia, with conditions to suit all skill levels. Amongst the abundance of surf spots on offer, there are four that are fantastic breaks for those wanting to try their longboards on the Gold Coast
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Surf swimwear guide: Warm water, from the top to bottom.

In this post we created a surf suit guide that depends on every situation, the surf swimwear for women that will fit and feel better on every lifestyle and surfing style that women needs.
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How to take care of your surf swimwear.

We created this amazing surf care gear guide because we care about the life of those amazing surf swimsuits, and we hope you care too.

Here are some important bullet points to prolong the life of your surfing gears.
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Warm up sequence for surfers.

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Hawaii longboarding spots: A local guide of where to surf

when visiting Hawai’i the best places to longboard are on O’ahu’s South and North Shore. Depending on the time of year, both sides of the island can break perfectly for longboarders. Long, smooth, open waves ranging from knee to overhead or more… The notorious Hawai’i longboarding spots include Waikiki and Bowls on the South Shore and Chuns Reef or Puaena on the North Shore. They are well known for a reason! Summer time is known for endless South swell and happy surfers, fun for the family and for the experts. Winter calls for intense North swell, this is when the action happens and the pro’s come out to play. 
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